Season two of the exciting series Iron Fist which takes after Danny Rand, the youthful who has a unique mind boggling combative techniques abilities and an enchanted power known as the Iron Fist. The start of this season demonstrates the genuine fight among the opponent gangs for the spirit of New York. In a similar time, we see Joy enters another energizing experience.
Iron Fist still feels like a show in search of an urgent reason to exist, beyond the obligation to serve as one part of an intellectual property quintet that periodically intersects for team-up mini-series.
It doesn't blow the MCU status quo out of the water, but the action here is capable and entertaining - and they keep the set pieces loose and fun in a way that feels like a good fit for this character and world.
After seeing the first six episodes, this is what I got: the sophomore season is in fact better than its original outing. The fight choreography has had a marked improvement and the flow is significantly more fluid and the cinematography feels smoother.